Safety Stock & Re-order points – simple explanation

Safety stock is the additional number of units of stock held by a company to mitigate several market risks. Without safety stocks, the company could have negative customer experience, lost revenue, lost market share and long-term customer value. However, a higher safety stock strains the organization in the form of higher working capital requirement. Safety …

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The IMF and the World Bank relations to Neoliberalism

Neoliberalism “refers to the policies and processes whereby a relative handful of private interests are permitted to control as much as possible of social life in order to maximize their personal profit.” The major beneficiaries of neoliberalism are large trans-national corporations and wealthy investors. The implementation of neoliberal policies came into full force during the …

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